The Google Pixel 4A smartphone runs on Android v10 (Q) operating system. The phone is powered by an octa core (2.2 GHz, dual core, Kryo 470 1.8 GHz, hexa core, Kryo 470) processor. It runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset. It has 6 GB, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage.
The screen of the device is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The rear camera consists of a single 12.2 MP (wide) with LED flash, Auto-HDR, and panorama.
The front camera has an 8 MP (wide). The smartphone comes with Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer. The smartphone is fueled by a Non-removable Li-Po 3140 mAh + Fast charging 18W + USB Power Delivery 2.0.
Google’s Pixel phones, on the other hand, appeared just in time to meet the festive demand. It’s a small matter and one that won’t affect the buying decision for many. But it gets compounded if you consider the fact that Google has had hardware issues with multiple Pixel models in the past. So, what happens if you break the screen? Will a replacement screen be readily available?
There’s no denying that the Pixel 4a is a worthy buy, but it’s not really a no brainer. Google has pegged India as the market for its “cheap” phones too, and you can see that by the ₹29,999 launch price it chose for this phone this time (almost ₹10,000 under its predecessor’s launch). It makes a much stronger argument this time, and stands a much better chance at winning that argument